Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
Blog Guy, it seems to me the American people are starting to send a signal to big government and Wall Street, that we’re not going to take it anymore. We’re fed up with business as usual. We’re saying…
Oh, please. You call a couple of primary election surprises and some Tea Party rallies a signal?
Er, sure. What do YOU consider a clear signal, Blog Guy?
Try the marble sculpture they just put up in front of the Milan Stock Exchange. Now those Italians, THEY know how to send a signal!
Yikes! That’s some sculpture, Blog Guy. What’s the name of it? I bet it’s a four-letter word?
Blog Guy, you went too far in your blog a couple of weeks ago when you implied that people in Spain aren’t happy unless they are “killing, maiming, torturing or frightening poor animals.”
Let me get this straight. You had to go back two whole weeks to catch me going too far? I must be slipping.
Okay marketing staff, we’re riding the wave now!
Our recent decision to sell more fashions by inventing new items and creating a demand for them has paid off in solid gold with the Rube Tube and the Skanktop, but we’re not stopping there.
Ladies and gentlemen, I now give you the first wearable art.
It’s a colorful piece of canvas for men, with lots of straps and buckles, and you can wear it, sleep under it or hang it on the wall.
Blog Guy, can you please settle a bet with my neighbor’s proctologist?
Sure, because that’s what I’m here for, to settle stupid bets.
Thanks, that’s what I thought. What would happen if Superman flew into the earth at 4,000 miles per hour?
What do you think would happen?
Well, I say he would go all the way through and come out on the other side, but the doctor says he would knock the earth out of its orbit and destroy every living thing, instead.
Blog Guy, I heard on the radio that a Picasso painting just sold for more than $106 million! They held up a photo of it on the radio news, but I was driving and couldn’t look.
Yeah, you’re talking about Picasso’s “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust.” It sold yesterday.